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Lawyers and prosecutors warn of the collapse of the creation of a single uniprovincial court for mortgages. The mayor has appeared Wednesday together with the deans of the Bar Associations and Attorneys Cartagena, to express their concern about the d (10/05/2017)

The mayor, José López, along with the deans of the Bar Associations and Prosecutors of Cartagena, José Muelas and Milagrosa González, respectively, appeared on Wednesday before the media to express their concern about the decision of the Ministry of Justice of Create uniprovincial courts to resolve the procedures of land clauses and mortgage loans.

This, in our Autonomous Community, will suppose that, as of June 1, there will be a single court based in the city of Murcia to which citizens will have to go to litigate in this sense, with the additional expense this entails.

According to the mayor, "it is being centralized in a city to solve the problems of the entire region, making access difficult for all those who have to complain because they are forced to move if they do not live in the capital."

For the dean of the Attorneys General, "it is not necessary for a single court to take over the mortgage claims and related land clauses of the Region, estimated at about 45,000 lawsuits per year, but would be much more effective if the work is shared Among the 54 courts in our Autonomous Community, which we hope to obtain the support of the municipal corporation and all public and private institutions in the Region of Murcia, with which meetings are being held, "said Milagrosa González.

For his part, Jose Muelas estimated with concrete data how this measure would affect the city of Cartagena, where the number of conflicting mortgages would be about 6,400 a year, this is many judgments.

If a court of first instance can get to take with a lot of effort about 1,000 cases a year, how long will that uniprovincial court take out the 45,000 planned throughout the Region, asked the dean of the Cartagena lawyers, who also gave An option, if distributed among the 54 courts that exist, would take about 800 each, something much more feasible.

Finally, Muelas also had an important fact, and that "two-thirds of the Spanish population do not live in provincial capital, therefore they are being imposed a toll that not everyone will be willing to pay, the Travel costs, which will cause many claims to fall. "

At the moment a document has been drawn up, signed by the Bar Associations and Attorneys of Lorca and Cartagena with the idea that the deans of all Spain speak out and elevate it to the Ministry, with the aim of stopping this before June 1st.

The mayor, José López, once he has collected the specific data that have been promised to the deans, will prepare a motion to the plenary to support the claim of professionals who, in principle, do not request more units, but the distribution among all The existing ones to avoid centralization and the encapsulation of the problem, which harms the neediest and benefits banks as always.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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